The Last Road Trip

So, it turns out I don’t bounce like I used to. This week a fall banged me up a bit. God is good – no major damage, just a few stitches and lots of color.

As I rest up and heal, I’m sharing photos from our last road trip for 2018, the drive to Potlatch, ID for a family Christmas celebration.

Outside Connell, WA:

Outside Potlatch, ID:

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Until next year, peace my friends,

Blog on!

“Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed;
save me and I will be saved,
for you are the one I praise.”
Jeremiah 17:14 (NIV)

 

Sunset in Potlatch image* used by permission, Julie Kirk Weatherby, all other images (c)2018 RapturePractice! Publications

 

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31 responses to “The Last Road Trip

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  3. How are you doing now?

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  4. Get well soon and feel better. Please rest and recover.

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  5. Praying that you heal quickly and Wishing a more beautiful and blessed new year year come 2019. Just want to let you know that you are one of those who make me want to continue blogging. Loads of love ❤️❤️

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  6. Jon

    Stitches, oh my! Try to fall in softer places! Mend well!

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  7. Stitches and color don’t sound good. Hope you are getting better quickly.

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  8. Oh no, please take care of yourself. Sending hugs!!

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  9. I never know what’s worse, the bruised body or the bruised ego. Hope you’re recovering from both quickly. 🤗

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  10. Oh my, I hope you are feeling better each day!

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  11. Doggone it, you have to take care of yourself. Things are not like they used to be. I am praying for your recovery.

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  12. Sending prayers for speedy healing, my friend.

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